Dr. S. Dandapani no more
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Dr. S. Dandapani no more

Mysuru: Dr. S. Dandapani (85), retired Professor of Education, Regional Institute of Education (RIE), Mysuru, passed away in Bengaluru last evening following brief illness.

He leaves behind his wife Alamelu, two sons and two daughters. Cremation took place in Bengaluru this afternoon.

Dr. Dandapani served RIE for more than three decades, teaching Graduate and PG students besides guiding Ph.D. scholars. He did his MA in Psychology from Presidency College, Madras and a Ph.D in Education from the University of Mysore. He was also a Fulbright Scholar in the USA under the East-West Centre Exchange Programme.

He was a prolific writer and used to contribute articles to Star of Mysore, Bhavan’s Journal and various other publications and newspapers. He has written various books on Education Psychology that are considered best-sellers.

April 19, 2017

3 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “Dr. S. Dandapani no more”

  1. mamta says:

    Such an honourable and decent man. A true example to todays generation!
    Rest in peace Dr. Dandapani. Good to have met you in this life.
    Condolences and love to the family members especially to Mrs. Dandapani.

  2. Yunus Khan says:

    A true example of simplicity…RIP Sir…A true inspiration for all

  3. N Shankar aka N Sangameshwaran says:

    RIP Dr D. I remember vividly that day in 1974, (as acting headmaster because TGS was on extended absence) when he came in to cover for our teacher on leave. He conducted trivia for our eighth grade (standard) class, and that was the we learned that Boeing aircraft was manufactured in Seattle, USA. He was a tall man with a very nice disposition. He spoke very clearly and softly. He created an environment at DMS for the students of the day, to be at ease and comfortable.

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